Born in late 1997, in Milano (Italy), Pin Pin Sugar immediately dedicate themselves to an impure and incoherent jazzcore. Rythms and patterns from jazz are exasperated, pushed onto hardcore timbres, sonic saturations, musical divertissements, chipped phrasings, odd beats, symmetries and asymmetries, sharp corners, oblique lines and hypnotic spirals. Pin Pin Sugar's music hits on the head and doesn't allow drops in attention. Their live set is an absurdity show, crowded by cool/kitch presences, where their music finds its real habitat and ideal condition. They released a miniCD (PPS36EP) in 1999 and a new short CD (MIGE) in september 2000. They played lots of gigs across Italy, also playing with Flying Luttenbachers during their 2000 Italian tour. They recorded a version of Minutemen's God Bows To Math featuring Giuseppe Ielasi, for a tribute compilation. And a new full album featuring Jacopo Andreini, and Attila Faravelli is ready to be released in early 2003 by Bar La Muerte.